Eskit is a longtime musical troublemaker, targeting the rich and the powerful with his piano and voice. Although best known for his attacks on the Establishment wing of the Republican Party, it has recently come to his attention that the Establishment wing of the Democratic Party is equally deranged. Both corporate-funded entities are given to unconditional support of War and Wall Street, and both are quite adept at screwing the Middle Class. It is therefore with great relish that Eskit pursues lyrical truth to the detriment of the bullies and warlords who masquerade as agents of hope and change.
For those unafraid of a little controversy (or even alot of controversy), two songs are recommended ..... #6: "Hey Unions - Whadda You Expect?" & #17: "Pianos (Song For The Nazis)" [preceded by the explanatory "Spoken Intro" (#16)]. These songs are sure to arouse the defenders of the status quo, as they respectively trash the sycophant Labor Unions, and the barbarism of the Israeli government.
WARNING: Not all songs are political. #11 and #15 are just for fun. As Emma Goldman said, "If I can't dance, I don't want to be part of your revolution". And Eskit offers a sincere apology to those who are grossed out by #7: "Heckuva Job, Congress".